MADISON, Wis. (WRN) - When you called that locksmith to get your keys out of your car, the person who answered might have been in New York state. The Wisconsin Department of Justice has filed a consumer lawsuit against Locksmiths, Incorporated. The Ozaukee County suit accused the company of false, deceptive and misleading business practices. It had a reported 113 different phone numbers going to the same answering service. Locksmiths, Incorporated, was accused of using a phony address, overcharging for its services, sending technicians who couldn't fix the locking problems, and dirty tricks against competitors. Wisconsin is among several states investigating the operation.
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